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Clinical Study

Placental Peripartum Pathologies in Women with Preeclampsia and Eclampsia

Table 5

Distribution of histological findings in relation to clinical severity of preeclampsia (PE) and non-preeclampsia groups.

Histological findingsMild PE, (%)Severe PE, (%)Eclampsia, (%)Control, (%) value of mild PE, severe PE, and eclampsia, resp.

Stromal oedema5 (35.7)24 (61.5)2 (25.0)55 (45.1)0.500; 0.070; 0.460
Stromal fibrosis7 (50.0)19 (48.7)3 (37.5)38 (31.1)0.260; 0.070; 0.990
Syncytial knots7 (50.0)17 (43.6)5 (62.5)35 (28.7)0.120; 0.070; 0.070
Cytotrophoblastic proliferation6 (42.9)28 (71.8)6 (75.0)31 (25.4)0.280; 0.001; 0.010
Accelerated villous maturation8 (57.1)27 (69.2)6 (75.0)38 (31.1)0.100; 0.001; 0.001
Decidual arteriopathy9 (64.3)30 (76.9)7 (87.5)43 (35.2)0.670; 0.001; 0.001

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